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Administrative operations are a crucial piece of success for any company, whether at home or abroad. Some of the nuances are closely connected to running a profitable business, and others are related merely to local legislation. Every company must take care of its business transactions, but local authorities often require specific procedures on certain terms. Your local Leinonen office is happy to take over all of these tiresome and time-consuming operations.

At Leinonen, Administration Services are closely related to our Accounting and Payroll Management services. Business Administration services, i.e., payment processing, issuing invoices or VAT registrations according to local requirements are easily handled by our professional accountants.

General Administration services at Leinonen make the business more convenient for you to manage. Upon request we can represent you in front of the authorities, archive accounting materials and provide a legal mail address or post handling service.


We can provide a temporary director for your company, a legal mail address and post handling service, and an archiving service. We can also represent you at the authorities or banks, and execute bank payments on your behalf. In addition we can also make a VAT registration for you, issue invoices and so on. If you have a specific service in mind, do get in contact and let’s discuss in more detail.

This depends on how you want to arrange your business. Sometimes in the starting phase of the business, it makes sense to have a temporary director. That can help you find time to recruit or complete a licensing process. In case your business is small and you just want to have a local employee or two working from home, it’s a good idea to have your legal mail address at Leinonen Belarus so that you don’t need to pay for an office space that you may not need.

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